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Noun1.bendability - the property of being easily bent without breakingbendability - the property of being easily bent without breaking
flexibility, flexibleness - the property of being flexible; easily bent or shaped
pliancy, pliantness, suppleness - the property of being pliant and flexible
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However, it is doubtful whether extrinsic WVTR can also be maintained over large areas and the bendability tests passed without the additional organic layer.
Bendability recommendations are similar to those for Hardox 450.--SSAB Inc., Pittsburgh, 412/203-1620, 412/680-0080
SSAB, a Nordic and US-based steel company, has launched SSAB Form Tube Plus - a completely new family of precision steel tubes that provides a unique combination of bendability, dimensional accuracy and superior surface quality suitable for high-gloss painting and chrome plating.
The staying power is enhanced by a patent-pending technology that delivers a uniquely weightless texture with superior bendability for an imperceptible effect that looks like skin.
The powders are infused with injection powder technology, allowing for a higher mica and pearl content Because the formula isn't pressed under pressure, the pearls retain more luminescence, which allows pigments to deliver better color payoff with increased bendability.
This model is generalized by introducing a scaling parameter, [xi] as percolation length, [delta] as a measure of the number of deformable links in a strand, and a parameter [epsilon] as a measure of the bendability of the link.
So far, these studies focused on (i) fundamental research on AgNW based heaters deposited to rigid substrate such as glass [11, 26, 64], (ii) stretchability and bendability [75-77], (iii) textiles decorated with AgNWs, (iv) stability with regard to a long-term current induced chemical degradation and the maximum operating temperature, and (v) composite material systems such as AgNWs/PEDOT:PSS [64,78], AgNWs/CNTs [66, 79], AgNWs/graphene [80], AgNW/clay platelets [11], AgNWs/PMMA [81], and AgNWs/polyacrylate [77] that were reported to improve the adhesion, lower the resistance, and increase the chemical robustness of the devices.
In addition to drops, SquareTrade also tested the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus for water resistance, bendability, tumble tests, materials, and repairability.
Knightsbridge Resources Limited, UK claimed "The carbon level as well as S&P level of the product is maintained at much lower level than the prescribed quality standard specifications and therefore the product features excellent ductility, high bendability, better corrosion resistant, superior weldability and longevity.
Its physical & chemical characteristics are evaluated by Adhesion test, Flexibility, Bendability test and Corrosion resistance capacity.
Having passed all bendability, tension and strength tests, MRTC's steel was guaranteed safe and reliable, vindicating the company that had previously maintained that its products meet international quality and safety standards.